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A lady made a shocking discovery in the dressing room of a Uniqlo outlet when she found a spy camera in her changing room. 

The incident took place in an outlet in Shenzhen, China on June 15. The woman, surnamed Zhong, had grabbed around five sets of clothing to try out. 

When she had already changed out of two sets of clothing, Zhong discovered a suspicious black button-like object resting on top of the full-length mirror.

Finding it strange, she touched the button and realised it was warm, and was stuck to the wall with chewing gum.

Curiosity got the better of her and she decided to rip it off the wall. To her surprise, the button gave way to reveal a pinhole camera, which was attached to a wire.  

Scared and infuriated, Zhong immediately alerted the store’s supervisor who pulled out the recording device from behind the mirror. The device was later found to hold a memory card. 

The outlet’s supervisor said they’d never encountered such a case since they started operating four years ago. He added that the device does not belong to any of the staff and suspected that it could be the work of someone else who planted the makeshift device in the room. 

An inspection of the outlet’s nine other changing rooms did not turn up any other cameras.

In an interview with Chinese media following the incident, Zhong said she’s left wondering if the footage could have been leaked and how many others had been filmed before the device was discovered. She added that Uniqlo had yet to give her a proper reply regarding the incident.

The case has been reported to the police and is still under investigation. 


We’ve often been annoyed by babies who are too noisy in enclosed public settings like restaurants, but the most we would do request that the parents calm their baby down. However, this lady from China took it more than a little too far by taking matters into her own hands.

Nextshark reported that a pregnant woman was caught on surveillance camera footage dumping hot soup on a baby for being too noisy. Apparently, the pregnant woman, Ren, became visibly furious at an 11-month-old baby girl who was banging the table with a spoon. Oh dear! 

FYI, the shocking incident took place in Xiangcheng, Henan province, China.

Prior to her impulsive and dangerous move, Ren was in a bad mood as she just had an argument with her husband. This mood was not improved by the confrontation Ren had with that baby’s mummy, Yang, about her daughter being noisy, which added fuel to the fire. In a dramatic culmination of these previous events, Ren decided to purposely injure the baby. 

According to the restaurant employee, Ren, who is six months pregnant, was initially convinced by her husband to leave the place.

Nonetheless, the vengeful lady returned 10 minutes later only to pour scorching hot soup on the poor baby. We can only imagine the pain the baby must have been in. 

You watch the painful video here:

After the incident, the Xiangcheng police issued a 15-day detention and a 500 yuan fine (RM300). However, she managed to escape being detained as she is pregnant.

Having said that, Yen has paid for the child’s medical bills but the authorities are still looking into the seriousness of the injuries done to the baby and mother.

At the time of writing, police are still investigating the case further. 

Well, we hope that the police will quickly look for a solution to this matter. That said, we wish the baby a speedy recovery from her condition and hope she continues to live a healthy life.


A short video clip showing a woman abusing a toddler has gone viral on social media

The video was uploaded by PDRM on its Facebook page yesterday, 11 June, asking for the public’s cooperation

According to Malay Mail, Royal Malaysia Police Corporate Communications head Datuk Asmawati Ahmad released a statement earlier today, 12 June, that no one had lodged a police report on the matter so far. 

Should you have information on the matter, please contact the police through any methods of the following:

1. PDRM Facebook
2. PDRM Twitter
3. Criminal Investigation Whatsapp Hotline: 019-3019930
4. Any nearest police station

The entire video can be viewed here:

Warning: Viewers’ discretion advised.


DERA BAYI: POLIS MOHON BANTUAN MAKLUMAT DARI ORANG RAMAIPolis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) memohon kerjasama orang ramai untuk menyalurkan maklumat berhubung video kes dera bayi, di bawah.Orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat boleh salurkannya menerusi:1. Inbox Facebook Rasmi PDRM: https://www.facebook.com/PolisDirajaMalaysia/2. Twitter Rasmi PDRM: https://twitter.com/PDRMsia3. Whatsapp Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah di talian: 019-30199304. Tampil di mana-mana balai polis berhampiran.

Posted by Polis Diraja Malaysia ( Royal Malaysia Police ) on Selasa, 11 Jun 2019


A 21-year-old woman in Japan named Yuka Takaoka was recently arrested for attempted murder after she stabbed a male acquaintance in her apartment building.

On Thursday (23rd May), police in Tokyo received an emergency call at around 4pm from the suspect, who said that she stabbed a man in the stomach. When the authorities rushed to the scene, they found the man collapsed on the floor, covered in blood. Meanwhile, Takaoka was found sitting next to him.

She confessed to police officers present at the scene that she stabbed him and immediately called the police after carrying out the deed. According to Japan Today, she told the police that she had planned to kill him first then commit suicide.

Tokyo Reporter writes that police investigations have revealed that the stabbing may have been due to a relationship issue between the man and woman. Takaoka reportedly told the police,

“Since I loved him so much, I just couldn’t help it. After killing [him], I, too, wanted to die.”

A photo of the gory scene has also surfaced since this story went viral in Japan, showing two individuals, believed to be the victim and Takaoka, both covered in blood. The woman can be seen smoking a cigarette and on the phone while sitting next to the injured victim, who is being helped by a police officer.

Currently, the victim is still in the hospital in critical condition while Takaoka is in police custody as investigations are underway.


May 20 may be a day couples in China express their love for each other, but the occasion left a man with stinging cheeks.

In a video clip making its rounds on the Internet, a woman was seen scolding and slapping her boyfriend on a street in Sichuan.

He did not defend himself or retaliate as she struck his face 52 times.

The reason for the woman’s outburst?

Her boyfriend didn’t buy her a mobile phone that day (520 is Chinese Internet slang for “I love you”).

The scene attracted a crowd and several passers-by tried to stop the woman. She continued with the abuse even after the police arrived.

Officers then tried to take the couple to the police station for mediation, but the man — fearing that his girlfriend would get into trouble — stopped them from taking her away.

He also told the officers he did not want to get the police involved in the spat and that he would handle the issue.

To prevent the problem from escalating, the police dispersed the crowd and took the man away from the scene. The couple was later counselled separately.

According to the police, the couple had an argument over domestic issues.

The woman had been supporting her boyfriend financially and got angry when he couldn’t afford to buy her a mobile phone to celebrate the occasion.

He then allowed his girlfriend to take her anger out on him because he felt that he was in the wrong.


Chances are, you’ve probably sat on one before. Restaurants and bars all over the place use similar high stools as part of their furnishings, but who knew they’d be at the center of a freak accident. Unfortunately, that’s what happened as described in this Facebook post that recently recirculated online, garnering 287,000 shares and 92,000 comments.

Dayana Duarte was having a Christmas party at her home when her sister-in-law, who weighs only 23kg, attempted to sit on one of these chairs. Disaster struck when the seat fell in on itself, exposing the metal rod in the middle – which then pierced her sister-in-law’s leg.

At the hospital, doctors informed them that if the metal rod had been 7cm off, the incident could have been fatal. They’re lucky that she was about to sit down instead of being in a completely seated position. 


An Airbnb host in eastern China set up hidden cameras in a bedroom before he rented it out on the lodging-reservation website, but was found out by a woman who detected the equipment upon entering the room, reported The Star.

The man, who was listed as a “Superhost” – an experienced host who provides extraordinary experiences for his guests – was soon caught and turned over by the woman to the police, who discovered that he had been filming his guests since March this year (2019) and gave him 20 days detention.

The reason why the host was found out so quickly is because of the woman’s expertise. Working in Internet and information security, the woman, referred to by her online alias Yunfei, said she always checked her hotel rooms for any such suspicious devices.

It was last Wednesday night (1 May) when she arrived at the host’s flat in Qingdao in Shandong province, and immediately sensed something unusual.

“I found a motion sensor monitor at the flat’s entrance and two in the two bedrooms, which is odd since the flat had not been renovated for smart-home automation,” she said.

“I turned the sensors to face the wall and covered them with stickers.”

Yunfei then checked the television and smoke detectors, which are the most common places people place hidden cameras in, and cut the power supply to the television.

Facing the bed was a router which was emitting a light that she found unusual and led her to suspect that a hidden camera was installed inside. 

“I checked it carefully and found the line arrangement was different from the usual ones,” she said.

Determined to get to the bottom of all this fishy business, she compared the router to a picture of the product and realised that the router had been modified. She then proceeded to unscrew the whole thing, upon which she found a digital memory card placed inside. 

“I immediately called the police after finding the card. They came and took away the equipment,” she said.

After that, she decided not to stay at the flat which had accommodated many guests before her. It had cost her 1,700 yuan (RM1,041) for three nights.

Since the incident, the man’s flat has been removed from Airbnb’s catalogue, and they also refunded the woman her money.

“We sincerely apologised to the client and have taken the flat off the apartment listings,” an Airbnb spokeswoman said.


Jealous Husband Burns Woman to Death!

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Domestic violence cases are always difficult to hear about, but the truth is that these cases must be brought to light to help better educate the public and raise awareness. This is especially important when you consider that our Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Wan Azizah voiced concerns earlier this year over statistics that showed a total of 4,963 domestic violence cases against women reported in January – November 2018.

Bernama reports a grim reminder of this reality in the recent case of a 39-year-old woman, S.Vijeyyenthi, who suffered 70% severe burn wounds on her limbs and face at the hands of a jealous husband who suspected she was cheating on him. S.Vijeyyenthi passed away in the early hours of yesterday morning (6 May) in Melaka Hospital due to her burns, which were inflicted on 29 April.

Her 45-year-old husband, who was arrested on 30 April at the Krubong landfills, used petrol from S.Vijeyyenthi’s own motorcycle to inflict the burns on his wife. He confessed that he suspected she was having an affair with another man, which led to his terrible act.

Melaka Criminal Investigation Department chief ACP Mohd Nor Yhazid Idris told Bernama, “The case was previously investigated under Section 307 of the Penal Code and was amended to Section 302 of the Penal Code which caused death and the suspects to be remanded for further investigation.

“The victim is believed to have died due to severe injuries.”


Buying a car nowadays can be a tedious process. One must always conduct quality checks just in case any part of the car is not satisfactory. It’s always a good practice to speak up and bring to attention any part of the car that you find faulty, however, you don’t have to make a big fuss about it.

However, on April 19 (Friday), a woman from eastern China did exactly that when she claimed that the airbags in her car did not inflate.

It was at Baode Automotive Sales Service, located in Danyang, Jiangsu province, where she carried out her protest by sitting on one of the hoods of a car in the showroom. Note, this was not her car.

While sitting on the car, the woman, identified as Yang, began shouting to the workers at the shop and claimed that the airbags of her X1 SUV did not inflate during a previous accident, causing injuries to passengers.

“What a BMW! There’s a problem but no one stands up to solve it,” she said.

Additionally, Yang claimed that the dealership had asked her to pay a financial service fee of 8,000 yuan (approx. RM4,900), Zhenjiang Minsheng Channel reported.

However, by sitting on the car, she managed to damage the hood of the car, prompting one of the staff members to call the police. He claimed to have taken photos of the damaged car before calling the authorities.

“She could have talked to us nicely. There’s no need for her to sit on our car. And the thing is that she destroyed it,” he said.

The protest, which was caught on video, has since gone viral on Chinese social media, with many slamming both the woman’s weight and the hood’s durability.

Weibo users commented:

“Weight does not allow such rights.”

“Is she not aware of her few pounds?”

“Mercedes: We are stronger than BMW.”

“It seems that the quality of BMW’s hood is significantly worse than that of Mercedes-Benz.”

“Ultimately, the problem lies in the weight of this woman or the BMW’s hood. Mercedes should take the opportunity to invite this heroine to sit on the hood of one of their cars.”

What is your comment on this incident? Let us know in the comments below.


First, it was disinfectant, now it’s feathers.

McDonald’s customers in China have been finding strange items in their fast food meals lately.

Most recently, a woman in Beijing said her daughter took a bite of her McWings and found feathers in her meal.

The sight made the girl nauseous. But by then, she had already eaten three chicken wings.

They were part of a takeaway meal that was purchased on the evening of April 21.

While she did not show signs of illness, the incident did affect the girl’s appetite.

Her mum went to the restaurant to alert them of her discovery but declined the compensation offered by McDonald’s.

“The feathers were still attached to the chicken wing. We have questions about how the restaurant handles food safety,” she told Chinese media in an interview.

The woman then lodged a report with the state food and drug administration.

Some Weibo users, however, are casting doubts on the incident, saying that the feathers would not look like the ones in the photos if they had gone through the deep fryer.

Another user suggested that it could be a case of food sabotage by a restaurant worker.

The fast food giant apologised to the customer on April 23, and said that it is now looking into the case and it will improve restaurant management.